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DaJakerBoss

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About DaJakerBoss

  • Title
    pawggers
  • Birthday Feb 08, 2002

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  • Location
    weedland, colorado
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Legacy, Used, and Modern PC Building, Premiere Pro and After Effects, free video games, aesthetic phone/PC setups.
  • Biography
    I live in Texas, yee haw
    My friends take care of me, so through old machine parts and generosity I have a Dell Precision T3600 with a GTX 1050TI that I use to game, and it works plenty fine.
    I'll play most good free games, like CS:GO, Phantom Forces (don't @ me), and Apex legends
    I jailbreak every iPhone I touch mainly for aesthetic but also because I get some beneficial functionality I need.
    I toy with insider Builds cuz pretty
  • Occupation
    sitting around and fixing my friends' computers

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 9 5900X
  • Motherboard
    GIGABYTE Aorus Elite AX V2
  • RAM
    16GB [2x8GB} DDR4 3200MHz CL16 Corsair Vengeance LPX
  • GPU
    MSI Ventus 2x OC 3060 TI
  • Case
    CoolerMaster HAF XB EVO
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 EVO 500GB + SanDisk SSD Plus 120GB + WD Black SN750 1TB
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova G3 1000
  • Display(s)
    Late 2009 27" iMac in TDM
  • Cooling
    EVGA CLC 280 + 2 x Noctua NF-A14
  • Keyboard
    ROCCAT Vulcan AIMO
  • Mouse
    ROCCAT Kone AIMO (White)
  • Sound
    Sony WH-1000XM4
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 + some random ass Linux
  • Laptop
    HP Envy 13 from 2019 or something

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  1. The title is a bit confusing but let me explain. I'm planning a Mini-ITX build as an upgrade to my current setup to downsize to just the essentials. I have a Quest 2 and it gradually dies over time with Link because USB's power delivery simply can't provide as much power over that distance of a cable as it uses itself trying to display that bright of an image and run the XR2. In short, the headset will die in due time despite being plugged into my computer. Very slowly, but quick enough that if my headset is only on 25% I may not get more than 4 hours of playtime give or take. My q
  2. hey another furry hello
  3. On my local craigslist there's two listings, one for a 5D mk. III for $850, just the body, and one for a 1DX for $850, also just the body. If I was thinking about buying a camera and had both of these options, is any one of them better than the other in any noticable way? I'm mainly focused on picture quality more than anything else, mainly low-light shooting. I know the 1DX is most likely gonna have plenty of extra features that the 5D won't have, but will it have the picture quality of the 5D on it's 3rd generation? thanks for the help in advance!
  4. That's my point here. No shame, but if you're going to splurge, just get the 5950X + ASRock X570 Taichi (has exactly 8 USB ports, one is USB-C though so be aware of that). The money from an objectively quality but cheaper board saved can go to that 5950X and smash through whatever in god's name you want to do with it. Oh, also 3 NVMe PCIe Gen 4 slots with active cooling from the chipset for your fancy.
  5. look at their setup and tell me they're not splurging on literally every single goddamn part of their build, it's like they're begging to spend money lmao. I'm wondering why they didn't go 5950X+X570
  6. Correction, overclock the memory, but not the core. Memory overclocking greatly increases hash-rate and performance but lower the power target and core overclock for the best performance and efficiency I would say, check if you can under-clock memory and see if you can get stability back if all else fails.
  7. I'm gonna say this, you're going to have a very difficult time with the 3080 ROG Strix White card. It's the most sought after 3080 currently being sold and you'll have a bitch of a time finding one at a half-decent price, if at all...
  8. This is EXACTLY the right mindset and what pissed me off about the limiter. As was said on the WAN show, this hurts gamers more than it benefits them, in literally every single way
  9. You can definitely go with the 6800XT, it's not a bad card, sure it's not the best hash-rate for the price but it's still a really good hash-rate
  10. Hi, 3060ti owner here The 3060ti with a hefty memory overclock has the same hash-rate as a 6800XT (reportedly), I get 60MH/s with mine on DaggerHashimoto I would definitely say if you can go cheaper, go cheaper. 3060ti just an overall good time. If you want the bulk, you could try the 6800XT tho and still get the same mining performance, just know your ROI is increased by a fair margin
  11. So then, is there any other place to figure out what manufacturer I have for the die? Corsair doesn't really disclose that
  12. Used those same values from DRAM Calc and failed to POST unfortunately. Not really sure what the fuck the problem is because my motherboard doesn't have debug lighting afaik Edit: should note, there's like, a whole part of my BIOS dedicated to DRAM timing configuration, but also a section under AMD Overclocking dedicated to... the same thing. Which is odd. The section under AMD Overclocking is the only place I'm allowed to change the DRAM Clock and Infinity Fabric clock, not sure which to use.
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